The Lady’s Mantle has feathery, scalloped edged, light leaves with a display of small green-yellow flowers in the summer. Also known as the Alchemilla mollis, it has attractive downy foliage. Soto love this plant as a versatile way to cover the ground.
In late summer, cut back the foliage for a fresh burst of leaves.
How to care for Lady's Mantle
Lady Mantle is happy in most gardens, they do well in all light conditions.
Cut back faded flowers in the summer to encourage a second flush of flowers.
Lady Mantle is drought tolerant once established.
When planting, settle in with plenty of good quality, peat-free compost.
Lady Mantle likes the soil to have some moisture.